The official lighting ceremony for Holiday Magic was held in the Village of Yorkville Park and was hosted by Global Toronto’s Liza Fromer and Leslie Roberts. Santa’s helpers were busy collecting donations for CANFAR (Canadian Foundation for Aids Research) and…Read more.
On Saturday November 30th, the Cavalcade of Lights returns for its 47th annual event taking place at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto. The C.O.L. will feature the illumination of Toronto’s Christmas tree, a fireworks display, as well as some great…Read more.
Perhaps you mark the start of the holiday season with the purchase of your family’s annual Christmas tree or when you help the kids hang up their holiday stockings above the fire place. For many Torontonians, the start of the…Read more.
The Niagara Winter Festival of Lights is one of the best events of the winter season and Canada’s foremost illumination festival captures the magic of the holiday season from November 9 to January 31. The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival…Read more.
Sunday, November 17, 2013 brings jolly St Nick back into town for the 109th annual parade. The parade starts at 12:30 pm and leaves from Christie Pits (Bloor near Bathurst) and ends at the St Lawrence Market. The tree goes…Read more.
While it might not seem like it at first glance, there are plenty of fun things to do in Buffalo and one of the newest might be right up your alley assuming you consider to yourself to be somewhat of…Read more.